Further down the road they find a golf course and decide to blow off some steam. They hit balls into a vacant building, breaking most of the windows. That night a group of guys in hazmat suits takes them hostage. Upon inspection, they find out that Bobby is infected. After escaping, they find refuge in an abandon gas station. This is where an extremely tough decision must be made. Does Brian let his infected girlfriend stay with them and jeopardize everyone else or do they leave her behind? The movie is built on these questions. I started to think if the plastic gloves and face masks they wear really make a difference in protecting them. Each character has a strong sense of denial and shows them dealing with their situation in their own way. The SUV eventually runs out of gas, and this leads one of the most disturbingly shocking scenes in the movie. A car with two older women comes down the road; they have a Jesus fish hanging from the rear view. Danny tries to peacefully reason with them for some gas when Brain comes out firing. He shoots the two women as they try to speed off.
Brian is then found out to be infected and has given up all hope. Danny and Kate quarantine him in the backseat and they finally make it to the coast. Now Danny has to make the tough decision. This movie might be considered a horror movie, but it is really so much more than that. It’s not a perfect movie, but it’s an angle of the virus movie genre has rarely been explored. Give this one a look.